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In: Global Governance, Conflict and China
In: Global Governance, Conflict and China
In: Global Governance, Conflict and China
In: Global Governance, Conflict and China
In: Global Governance, Conflict and China
In: Global Governance, Conflict and China
In: Global Governance, Conflict and China

Abstract

This human rights report presents a collection of cases where human rights conditions have worsened and improved according to international commentators. It covers three different topics where both domestic and international human rights advocacy is at play when denouncing and advancing human rights protection on an individual and collective basis. It concerns, firstly, cases of accountability for human rights violations and even the commission of international crimes in Myanmar and the Philippines; secondly, matters of (non-)discrimination, collectively, in the struggle for self-determination of the peoples of Jammu and Kashmir in the Indian and Pakistani administered part, on the one hand, and individually, regarding the respect for equality on the basis of sexual orientation in India, Japan, Mainland China and Taiwan; thirdly, the respect for different civil and political liberties including of expression in Singapore and Japan as well as of the right to vote in Cambodia.

In: The Asian Yearbook of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law
In: War and Law in the Islamic World
In: War and Law in the Islamic World